NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti performance in Ashes of the Singularity has leaked

Published: 3rd Jun 2021, 09:15 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti appears in the AotS benchmark

The reviews of the second 30 Ti model are not expected till next week, but the first performance leaks are beginning to surface. 

As discovered by Leakbench there are entries of RTX 3070 Ti in the Ashes of the Singularity benchmark database. The graphics card was tested in a High preset, which is kind of unusual as most tests focus on a Crazy preset.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti, Source: Ashes of the Singularity

The graphics card achieved 105 average FPS in 1080p test, 102 FPS in 1440p benchmark, and 90 FPS in 4K preset:

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti, Source: Ashes of the Singularity

Unfortunately, by using the High preset we do not have enough data for any meaningful comparison, at least not in the 4K and 1080p preset. It is worth reminding that AotS does not report on CPU and GPU clocks, nor does it provide information on memory configuration. With that in mind, it is not possible to make an apples-to-apples comparison.

The High 1440p preset in the AotS database with Ryzen 9 3900X CPU does not have many results either, in fact, the RTX 3070 Ti score is now the best. Overall, there is around 10% performance uplift coming with the Ti variant.

Ashes of the Singularity High 1440p preset

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti offers GA104-400 GPU with 6144 CUDA cores. In comparison to RTX 3070 non-Ti, this model will also feature upgraded memory to GDDR6X technology. The G6X standard will come at a cost of a much higher power consumption of 290W (non-Ti is only 220). The graphics card is now set to launch on June 10th with a starting price of 599 USD. The reviews are now scheduled for June 9th.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Specifications
VideoCardzRTX 3090RTX 3080 TiRTX 3080RTX 3070 TiRTX 3070
Picture
GPUGA102-300GA102-225GA102-200GA104-400GA104-300
GPU Clusters
 
82
 
80
 
68
 
48
 
46
CUDAs
 
10496
 
10240
 
8704
 
6144
 
5888
RTs
 
82
 
80
 
68
 
48
 
46
Tensors/TMUs
 
328
 
320
 
272
 
192
 
184
ROPs
 
112
 
112
 
96
 
96
 
96
Base Clock
 
1395 MHz
 
1365 MHz
 
1440 MHz
 
1575 MHz
 
1500 MHz
Boost Clock
 
1695 MHz
 
1665 MHz
 
1710 MHz
 
1770 MHz
 
1725 MHz
Memory
 
24 GB G6X
 
12 GB G6X
 
10 GB G6X
 
8 GB G6X
 
8 GB G6
Bus
 
384-bit
 
384-bit
 
320-bit
 
256-bit
 
256-bit
Memory Clock
 
19.5 Gbps
 
19 Gbps
 
19 Gbps
 
19 Gbps
 
14 Gbps
Bandwidth
 
936 GB/s
 
912 GB/s
 
760 GB/s
 
608 GB/s
 
448 GB/s
TDP
 
350W
 
350W
 
320W
 
290W
 
220W
MSRP
 
$1,499
 
$1,199
 
$699
 
$599
 
$499
Release DateSep 24th, 2020June 3rd, 2021Sep 17th, 2020June 10th, 2021Oct 29th, 2020

Source: @leakbench




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